Four legendary NWOBHM bands — CLOVEN HOOF, BLITZGRIEG, JAGUAR and ELIXIR — are confirmed for the New Wave Of British Heavy Metal Festival I, set to take place October 13 at AN Club in Athens, Greece. Tickets will cost 25 euros. Doors open at 18.15, show starts at 19.00.
As previously reported, Escape Records will reissue CLOVEN HOOF's classic power metal albums "Dominator" (1988) and "A Sultan's Ransom" (1989) as part of a boxed double album deluxe set. Two bonus tracks are included, along with a glossy booklet containing rare archive pictures.
CLOVEN HOOF has been confirmed for the British Steel Festival 2, set to take place April 28 at The Pitz, Milton Keynes, England. Also scheduled to appear are JAGUAR, ATTACKER, CHARIOT, ELIXIR and ATTACKER.
CLOVEN HOOF's latest album, "Eye of the Sun", was produced by Tom Galley of the PHENOMENA fame, who has previously worked with such high-caliber musicians as Brian May, Cozy Powell, Neil Murray, John Thomas, Glenn Hughes, Mel Galley, Don Airey, Ray Gillen, and Scott Gorham.
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